‘aryan’ Clause Valid Despite Constitution, Reich Court Rules
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‘aryan’ Clause Valid Despite Constitution, Reich Court Rules

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The “Aryan” clause is valid despite the guarantees of the Weimar Constitution, the supreme administrative court of Hamburg ruled in disposing of a charge brought against the clause by a disqualified Jewish barrister.

In upholding the validity of the clause the court stated that the state may, for urgent reasons and in the interests of the community, remove functionaries.

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